Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet

Brand Name Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet
Salt Composition Cefpodoxime Proxetil (200mg) + Clavulanic Acid (125mg)
Strength 200mg + 125mg
Product Form Tablet
Pack 10 Tablet(s) in strip
Storage Store at room temperature (10-30°C)
Category Antibiotic
Country of Origin India
Manufacturer Mapra Laboratories Pvt Ltd
Manufacturer/Marketer AddressMapra Laboratories Pvt Ltd,Mapra Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., 201, Adhyaru Industrial Estate, Lower Parel, Mumbai – 400 013
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    Medical Description of Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet contains Cefpodoxime Proxetil 200mg and Clavulanic acid 125mg used to treat bacterial infections such as Urinary tract infections, Sinusitis, Tonsillitis/Pharyngitis, Community-acquired pneumonia, Skin, and Soft tissue infection, Otitis media, and Gonorrhea. Mainly this medicine targets the lungs, urinary tract, ear, nasal sinus, throat, and skin. Cefpodoxime Proxetil is an antibiotic that helps to fight against bacteria. Clavulanic acid is a beta-lactamase inhibitor that decreases resistance. The combination of this medicine helps to fight against the infection that is caused by bacteria. This medicine is not used for common flu and cold symptoms that occur due to viral infections. This medicine is commonly prescribed for cough and colds caused by bacterial infections.


    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet Uses

    It is used in the treatment of the following conditions as Bacterial infections such as Urinary tract infections, Sinusitis, Tonsillitis/Pharyngitis, Community-acquired pneumonia, Skin, and Soft tissue infection, Otitis media, and Gonorrhea


    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet Benefits

    Bacterial infections

    Bacterial infection occurs when bacteria enter your body and start multiplying which may cause tissue damage and make you sick. Mostly it is caused by Staphylococcus and Streptococcus organisms. The bacterial diseases are cholera, bacterial meningitis, tetanus, gonorrhea, pneumonia, and syphilis. Symptoms include fever, chills, and sweats, inflamed lymph nodes, headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain

    Acute sinusitis

    It is also called acute rhinosinusitis.  It is an inflammation inside your nose which is called sinusitis. It is usually caused by the common cold, or by any viral or bacterial infection. Symptoms include runny nose, postnasal drainage, congestion, swelling around your eyes, ear pressure, headache, cough, bad breath, fatigue, and fever.

    Urinary tract infection

    It is a type of infection that affects the urethra, kidneys, and bladder. It is caused by Escherichia coli (E.coli). Symptoms include abdominal pain, frequent urination, dysuria, blood in urine, foul-smell while urinating

    Skin infection

    It is usually caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. Common skin infection includes cellulitis, impetigo. Symptoms include red skin, blisters, swelling, pain, red spots, and tenderness

    Gonorrhea:

    It is a sexually transmitted infection caused by bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae. It affects both males and females. Symptoms include thick discharge from the penis, increased vaginal discharge, pain while urinating, anal itching, discharge, and spotting between menstrual bleeding.

    Acute bronchitis

    It is a viral infection that causes inflammation in the bronchial tubes. It is mostly caused by rhinovirus, adenovirus, influenza A and B, and parainfluenza virus. Symptoms include cough, fatigue, breathing difficulty, fever and chills, and chest discomfort.

    Pneumonia

    It is a lung infection that causes inflammation in the alveoli. It is usually caused by Streptococcus pneumonia. Symptoms include chest pain, fatigue, fever, sweating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, breathing difficulty, cough, and confusion

    Otitis media

    Infection to the ear is called otitis media, caused by bacteria. This medicine is used to treat this bacterial infection.


    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet Indication

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet is prescribed in the following indications as Bacterial infections such as Urinary tract infections, Sinusitis, Tonsillitis/Pharyngitis, Community-acquired pneumonia, Skin, and Soft tissue infection, Otitis media, and Gonorrhea


    Mechanism of action of Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet contains Cefpodoxime Proxetil 200mg and Clavulanic acid 125mg it is a combination of two medicines. Cefpodoxime 200mg is a third-generation cephalosporin antibiotic that produces its action by preventing bacterial cell wall synthesis which is essential for the growth of bacteria and also prevents the spreading of infections. Clavulanic acid 125mg is a beta-lactamase inhibitor that helps to decrease the resistance and increase the activity of Cefpodoxime against bacteria.


    How Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet works

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet contains Cefpodoxime Proxetil 200mg and Clavulanic acid 125mg it is a combination of two medicines. Cefpodoxime 200mg is a third-generation cephalosporin antibiotic that produces its action by preventing bacterial cell wall synthesis which is essential for the growth of bacteria and also prevents the spreading of infections. Clavulanic acid 125mg is a beta-lactamase inhibitor that helps to decrease the resistance and increase the activity of Cefpodoxime against bacteria.


    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet Contraindication

    • Do not take this medicine if you are allergic to Cefpodoxime 200mg and Clavulanic acid 125mg
    • It is contraindicated to the patients if they are allergic to the penicillin compounds


    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet Side Effects

    • Diarrhea
    • Abdominal pain
    • Dark or clay-colored stools
    • Visual disturbances
    • Loss of appetite
    • Vaginal discharge color changes
    • Allergy


    FAQs for Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet

    • How long should I take the Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet?

    Usually, this medicine starts to work as soon as after taking it. But it may take some days to kill the microbes

    • Can I stop taking the Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet when I feel better?

    Without completing the course of treatment you should not withdraw the medicine even if you feel better. It may worsen the condition or reoccurrence your symptoms.

    • Is the Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet is effective?

    Yes, it is considered effective when you have taken the medication as per the dose and duration advised by the doctor.


    Precautions and general warning of Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet

    Alcohol

    It is not clear that consuming alcohol may produce harmful effects while you are receiving this medicine. Kindly consult with your doctor.

    Driving or operating machinery

    Yes, it is considered unsafe to drive because it may produce dizziness and fits which affect your ability to drive. Kindly consult with your doctor.

    Pregnancy

    It is considered safe during pregnancy it does not produce harmful effects on the fetus. Kindly consult with your doctor.

    Breast Feeding

    It is considered safe during breastfeeding it does not excrete via breast milk. Kindly consult with your doctor.

    Kidney Problem

    Therapy should be administered with caution in patients with renal impairment. Kindly consult with your doctor.

    Liver Disease

    Limited information is available regarding the use of this medicine in patients who are having a hepatic impairment. Kindly consult with your doctor.


    How to Take Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet is taken orally with or without food. You should not chew, cut or crush the tablet. Initially start with a low dose and slowly increase the dose once every week. Follow the direction mentioned within the label if you probably did not understand the appliance kindly ask your doctor or pharmacist to elucidate in detail. Do not withdraw the medicine when you feel better kindly complete the course of treatment to avoid reoccurrence.


    Use of Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet in Adult

    It is considered to be safe to use this medicine in an adult patient if the medicine is prescribed by a doctor. Kindly consult with your doctor.


    Use of Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet in children

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet is not prescribed in children who are below 2 months old. Kindly consult with your doctor.


    Use of Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet in Elderly Patients

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet should be used with caution in patients with an elderly age group, which leads to developing further medical problems, leads to worsening the patient's health conditions. Kindly consult with your doctor. Dose modification or replacement is required based on the medical conditions of the patient.


    Other general warnings

    • Long-term use may cause bacterial and fungal overgrowth and superinfection
    • Therapy should be administered with caution in patients with a history of penicillin allergy, beta-lactam allergy, and IgE mediated reactions like angioedema, anaphylaxis, and urticaria
    • Kindly avoid the use of metabolite containing benzyl alcohol in neonates

               Antibiotic resistance

    • Finish the complete course of antibiotics even if you feel better. Otherwise, it will lead to Antibiotic resistance (the bacteria may be resistant to antibiotics).

                Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea

    • This medicine kills the good helpful bacteria in your stomach or intestine, develops the growth of bacteria called Clostridium difficile, and causes severe diarrhea. It leads to worsening the patient's health conditions. Based on the patient clinical or health conditions, dose adjustment or replacement is needed


    Talk to your doctor if

    • You have a history of gastrointestinal disease
    • You are not responding to the treatment
    • You are having any concomitant diseases


    General instructions

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet consisting of Cefpodoxime Procetil 200mg and Clavulanic acid 125mg is used in children for the treatment of Bacterial infections such as Urinary tract infections, Sinusitis, Tonsillitis/Pharyngitis, Community-acquired pneumonia, Skin, and Soft tissue infection, Otitis media, and Gonorrhea.

    Cefpodoxime is a third-generation antibiotic and Clavulanic acid is a β lactamase inhibitor used to treat bacterial infections. This drug suppresses the resistance and encourages the activity of Cefpodoxime against bacteria. This drug combination together prevents the infection effectively.


    Drug Interaction of Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet

    Drug-Drug Interaction

    BCG vaccine live

    The use of this drug is contraindicated because the use of Cefpodoxime decreases the effect of the BCG vaccine live by pharmacodynamic antagonism

    Argatroban

    Use alternative drugs because the use of cefpodoxime will increase the effect of argatroban by anticoagulation

    Aluminum hydroxide

    Therapy should be administered with caution because the use of aluminum hydroxide will decrease the effect of cefpodoxime by increasing its gastric pH.

    Doxycycline

    Therapy should be administered with caution because the use of Doxycycline decreases the effect of Cefpodoxime by pharmacodynamic antagonism

    Drug-Food Interaction

    The food may increase the effect of cefpodoxime in your body so it is advised to take this tablet with food to increase the absorption

    Drug-Disease Interaction

    Renal dysfunction:

    Therapy should be administered with caution because the serum concentration of the antibiotics and their metabolites may be increased and the half-lives of these drugs prolonged in patients with impaired renal function. You have to adjust the dose based on the severity of the infection.

    Liver diseases:

    Therapy should be administered with caution in patients with hepatic impairment because the use of this drug may cause hepatitis and it also increases the SGOT, SGPT, and alkaline phosphatase level

    Seizure disorders:

    Therapy should be administered with caution in patients who have a history of epilepsy because the use of this drug may stimulate seizure and it also cause encephalopathy, coma, asterixis, neuromuscular excitability, and myoclonia


    Over Dose

    Take the medicine as directed by the doctor don’t overdose on the medicine. If you have taken an overdose of this medicine immediately meet the doctor and rush to the nearby hospital.


    Missed Dose

    Take the medicine as directed by the doctor. Do not skip the medicine, if you forgot to take the medicine or missed the dose. It is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular schedule. Don’t take the extra dose take the regular dose immediately. Don’t use the two-dose at one time (Double Dose).


    Storage and Disposal

    • Stored at 10-30°C room temperature.
    • Protect from light and heat.
    • Keep away from children and pets. Otherwise, it becomes toxic to them.
    • Disposed of properly in a suitable bag.


    Fast Tag

    Mapdox CV 200mg/125mg Tablet contains Cefpodoxime Proxetil 200mg and Clavulanic acid 125mg used to treat bacterial infections such as Urinary tract infections, Sinusitis, Tonsillitis/Pharyngitis, Community-acquired pneumonia, Skin, and Soft tissue infection, Otitis media, and Gonorrhea. Mainly this medicine targets the lungs, urinary tract, ear, nasal sinus, throat, and skin

    Cefpodoxime is a third-generation cephalosporin antibiotic. Clavulanic acid is a β lactamase inhibitor. This drug combination together prevents the infection effectively.

    This medicine is not used for common flu and cold symptoms. And not treat viral infections. This medicine is commonly prescribed for cough and colds caused by bacterial infections.